City Leaders Unveil Plans For Bill Greene Park In South Los Angeles


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A vacant lot in South Los Angeles is being transformed right into a 20,000-square-foot park, and metropolis guides unveil plans for public areas on Saturday.

Los Angeles Metropolis Councilor Curren D. Worth, Jr., and Board of Water and Energy Commissioners President Cynthia McClain-Hill introduced that they’re saying a partnership to construct the brand new park, named after the late California Senator Invoice Greene is called.

Greene was a Democratic member of the California State Meeting and the California State Senate for greater than 25 years, representing South Los Angeles.

“Greene has fought for equality and social justice all his life,” mentioned a press release from Worth’s workplace. “He has established himself as a real champion for the folks and has accomplished his finest to serve the folks of South Los Angeles.”

Positioned at 5800 South Figueroa St., close to Slauson Avenue, was previously the Figueroa pumping station of the Los Angeles Division of Water and Energy, a part of LADWP’s consuming water system. The station was decommissioned and demolished in 1959.

The parking plans reveal on Saturday will embrace renderings and alternatives for neighborhood contributions. There will even be free water from LADWP and ice cream bars and refreshments from Council District 9 that Worth represents.

“The now vacant property gives younger folks and households in a neighborhood with out inexperienced areas new leisure alternatives,” mentioned Worth.

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